Home News Monster Hunter: World brings back cataclysmic elder dragon Alatreon this May

Monster Hunter: World brings back cataclysmic elder dragon Alatreon this May

Monster Hunter: World brings back cataclysmic elder dragon Alatreon this May

We’re nearly on the finish of the Monster Hunter: World roadmap. Oh, that doesn’t imply Capcom’s beastie-basher is coming to an finish – it simply means we’re fully clueless as to what occurs from June onwards. There’s one final nasty to get by earlier than we enter the unknown, although. In May, Capcom are bringing the cataclysmic elder dragon Alatreon again to Monster Hunter in a free replace.

“Jack of all trades, master of none” doesn’t make it any much less scary when a lizard the scale of a warehouse is bringing hearth and ice upon you.

Besides that trailer, Capcom have run by the following few weeks of searching with their newest Developer Diary, beginning with two new beasties to beat down earlier than attending to that dragon.

We’ve already gotten a have a look at each new monsters, Furious Rajang and Raging Brachydios, arriving with Title Update 3 on April ninth. That replace additionally provides new layered weapons, and lets grasp rank hunters assist their less-experienced associates by the Hunter Helper system. The full changelist could be checked out over on the official patch notes.

Okay, so Alatreon. Something of a fan-favourite, Alatreon is an unstable Elder Dragon that’s consistently switching between completely different elemental assaults. One minute it’ll be vomiting lava in huge beams; the following, shards of ice are raining down upon the hunt. In earlier video games, it had entry to Dragon, Thunder, Ice and Fire assaults, relying on its present state and whether or not it was airborne or landlocked.

As an elder dragon, there’s one assure: it’ll be bloody arduous to take down, so convey associates. Oh, and fireproof boots, or- no, ice-resistant earmuffs? Electrically insulated mittens? Dang it, Alatreon, can’t you stick to at least one pastime?

Title Update four is the final replace named on the present Monster Hunter: World roadmap. Capcom promise extra monsters and updates deliberate from June onwards, however we’ll need to spend somewhat extra time monitoring these down earlier than we get any extra deets.

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